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Is 145k high or low for an ACD in nyc?

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It’s depends on how tall you are.


Hard to say without knowing years of exp and what sort of agency.

Could expect to see anywhere between $130 - and $170 probably.

Pretty solid.

it’s justified

Feels about right.

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